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remaining items in the richmond district and does anyone know how richmond stands on this? >> i will be speaking on behalf of officer tobe moore. >> and before you do. let me officially call the items they are two separate items. let's go back to 6 e, malik aslam dba jack in the box, 4649 geary, extended hours permit amply indication. application. >> it is located at geary and 11th avenue. this issue, this location came before the commission on january 24th, 2012. and then, after a process that involved a lot of community groups, the supervisor's office, residents, sfpd and the owner of the commission, granted an extended hours and permit with conditions. one condition approved operating hours between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m.. but not after 4:00 or before 6:00. now after a year of operation, the operator has returned to ask full permission to operate between 4 and 6. operation at those hours will allow the venue to serve breakfast and i will let sfpd and the applicant take it from here. >> thank you. >> welcome. >> good evening commissioners. >> my name is art briden and i am here on b
it is the richmond district, but a kind of shows what was on the west side town. a great deal of it was sam, and for that reason, people thought that the weather and the san -- it was really not a place that people wanted to live, and it was going to be very typical for san francisco -- very difficult for san francisco to expand west. >> if you look at the early maps, it was 3 miles wide by about 6 miles long, this huge sand dunes that just moved around. >> here is an 1875 map of the laguna. says along the side of the map, high sand hills between the pacific ocean and the like. by the way, this had actually opened directly into the ocean. >> lake merced had a high water level. since we paid over much of the city, the water levels have dropped, but at one time, the late actually trade out into the ocean approximately where the dog diner is that now. somewhere in the 1870's, they saw the damage at the water in the late so it did not exit out uncontrolled, and for 10 years, people were drinking lake merced water as drinking water. it is much bigger, too. if you go to san francisco state, the p
in virginia about 20 miles west of richmond, the rain changed to snow between 4:00 and 5:00 this afternoon and then it came down hard. it went convective meaning we had thunder snow right before 7:00. snowfalls now about an inch an hour. these roads are not in the best of shape, the plows going by and trying to keep up with the snowfall rate. it's been snowing between 32 and 34 degrees. so again, it's the heavy, with et packable snow. it's going to wind down by midnight. tonight, the sun comes back out. that will help out by the roadways, but this was the first snowfall of the season here in metro richmond. i'm weather channel meteorologist mike seidel in virginia. news 4, back to you. >> i thought this would be the first snowfall in through portions of southern maryland. we did not see that happen during the day today. next up with, though, the cold air. that will move in for everybody. i'll show you when it moves in, how long it sticks around, coming up in just a couple of minutes. plus, we'll talk about what happens tomorrow morning, too. we're going to go on for you still at 4:00 in th
wandered down to richmond, virginia's slave auction rooms, and there beheld an auction of humans for the first time, and he became captivated by this subject and painted a number of images and published a number of drawings in the illustrated london news in order to help raise awareness about american slavery. >> host: was he an abolitionist? >> guest: i suspect when he first came to america he was aware of the antislavery movement and would have described himself as being opposed to slavery. but after coming here and witnessing american slavery and witnessing the slave auctions, he then later described himself as an abolitionist. he was not a politically active abolitionist. it was not that he was member of any of these many organizations that existed in britain even after the end of british slavery, but he was writing and publishing images that in many ways were as important as the activism of those who were politically involved. >> host: why did he come to the states? >> guest: it's one of those fun little stories of the 19th 19th century. the british novelist, william thinker
-- jurors convicted richmond phillips on all charges. a year-and-a-half after both victims were found. more from the family of the young woman and the little girl. >> it took jurors two hours to reach a verdict tonight. the former d.c. police officer was found guilty on all seven charges, including two murder charges, one for his coffin, the other for his own doctor. -- one for his girlfriend, the other for his own daughter. >> all the lies, the deceit, everything they have done. today is the day it ended. >> it ended with a guilty verdict for a 39-year-old richmond phillips, guilty in the murders of his girlfriend and their doctor, jaylin. he was painted as a man desperate to keep his mistress is secure from his wife and to do so, shot her berfore and dragging her into a wooded area. he left the baby to bake in 90 degree heat. >> he says he thought someone was playing a joke on him when he opened the car door and saw the baby lying in their, dead. i am glad justice is served. >> the two weeks of testimony included surveillance footage of phillips and his girlfriend as before her death. th
a strong message to them. the strongly independent, richmond district residents stood with me, and the grassroots powered campaign stood with me and we sent a strong message that the richmond district is not for sale. all the community allies that pounded the pavement, did the campaign work in building our great campaign and committed so much of their time to our historic victory. my campaign team was awesome. the most fun people to be around. i want to acknowledge nicole d'arcy and andrew sin, and dana rivera [sounds like] and my campaign manager, field director, i would like to also use the term "kick ass", the organizers, rabbel rousers, mikey tong [sounds like] and many others. we had a great campaign. i am energized by it and will continue to fight for not only the richmond district but for the whole city. we have a beautiful district the crumbling before our eyes but it has many challenges. i look forward to work with our colleagues in support of the schools, education from pre-k to higher education; local hiring in jobs. i want to do my best to create good j
that pat house isretiring from 23 years of service to the richmond district. it is a 33-year-old organization that sits in a 1920 building. the former san francisco unified school district billing. i think it is really a shining example of a community standing together to build it can indeed from the youngest of the oldest. patricia has led the rdnc in supporting children, teenagers, families and seniors from all backgrounds by providing valuable multicultural arts and recreational programs. she has built the center to be a multipurpose, multiethnic face where everybody of diverse backgrounds feels at home. gatherings at the center, advocated on behalf of the city level to develop rdnc to a thriving, multipurpose community center. and all the centers around the city, for them pat has been a champion. through her warmth and sense of humor and wonderful effort that brings people to the center i think that she has led with tremendous integrity and vision that has served the neighborhood. she is an outstanding role model for all the children in richmond and the city as
if it doesn't melt. it piled up on the roads in richmond quickly, 1 to 3 down there, in the darker blue 2 to 4, but southwestern virginia i did see spots ranging from 7 to 11 inches all pulling out later tonight. beyond this the headline will be if you're traveling down to the south tomorrow, watch for slick spots. we barely got any precipitation here other than a bit of light rain and i think most of that will dry up and temperatures probably won't drop for a little while yet, but clouds will decrease and changes in the extended outlook i'll tell you about in a bit. >>> no snow here, but a viewer sent this picture from charlottesville this afternoon. we'd love to see your weather photos. you can e-mail them to myweatherphoto@gmail.com. >>> monitoring about metro tonight. metro signed a major contract to fix the problem of broken escalators, bob barnard with the news. >> it's a common complaint for metro riders. they get off the train with groceries or luggage and face a long climb up the stairs because the escalators are broken. the transit agency signed a $151 million contract to replace or
turned tragic. take a look at a picture, 59-year-old charles quaid 6 richmond. he and his wife had come down here. take a look at video from yesterday's search for quaid. he and his wife and the dog were here. sneaker wave dragged her out. he rescued her, but the dog then got dragged out. he went and rescued the dog and he got dragged out and he never came back. the dog and his wife are okay. they say they were out here yesterday and they know it was bad. take a listen. >> the tide was coming in so we didn't stick around too long down there. definitely be more cautious about getting too close to the waves. >> reporter: some tips how to avoid sneaker waves u don't know they are coming. here is what you don't want to do. never turn your back on the surf especially right here at point reyes beach. waves are always wild. the warning signs out here. don't go into the surf. best to avoid it and don't turn your back on it and avoid slippery rocks and logs and debris. the husband of the woman we interviewed says he was out on a rock yesterday. he was absolutely dry, well above where the wa
. >> this is a case involving richmond phillips, we just found out, it is a conviction, convicting richmond phillips of two first-degree murder charges, one handgun charge, and one child abuse charge. it goes back to may of 2011 when accusers say he killed his girlfriend and his daughter as well. we just left the courtroom. this just came out. again, richmond phillips convicted of all counts. we know that his sentencing has been set for march 22 at 9:30 a.m. a big wrap-up to the case that we've been following since 2011. >> you will be happy to know that despite the fact that we don't have snow in our immediate area the crews are ready to roll just in case. we have snow plouse lined up and on stand by. they are loaded up with salt since this morning. 295 was covered with salt as a precaution. >> it seems like kids were not the only ones hoping to see snow. we visitted a hardware store where workers told us they were eager to sell some shovels, salt, and much more. there are plenty of items in stock because our snow-free winter. our coverage continues at
, let me ask, i know that we were asked to delay this for richmond station is that over now? >> that is in the richmond, that is what i am trying to find out. >> good evening, commissioners, my name is rich from the alcohol unit of the police department in the interest of proceeding and the parties that are present, this is a critical one and incident that is continuing. so i will speak on behalf of the limited live performance so i guess dirty trix >> okay. >> i spoke to the officer on the phone and he has no objection. >> is there anybody here that objectsing to dirty trix saloon? or in general? >> no. okay. >> could you speak in? >> with reference to the ten p.m. entertainment. >> yes. >> from what i have seen, my name is john i live on geary and second avenue. what i have seen the reality is that when it begins at ten it always has overflows. >> okay. >> everything will overflow in the area. my question would be why not just make a full evening's entertainment and why not take the full license >> that is up to the applicant. >> this is much more cost effective. >> right.
in the trial of richmond phillips. d.c. police officer accused of killing his former lover leaving their 11-month-old child to suffocate in a hot care. investigators believe he killed right when he could not convince her to drop a paternity suit. we'll have more information as it is available. >>> nra up in arms following president obama's actions to strengthen gun laws after the tragic shootings in newtown, connecticut and aurora, colorado. the organization reaching out to 400 million members in a bid to fight the new restrictions. >> this announcement by the president was less about protecting our children than it was about using our children to promote an antigun agenda. an agenda he's had most of his political life. >> it includes a ban on assault weapons and high capacity clips and institute background checks for all gun buyers. >>> two northern virginia lawmakers showed how easy it is to buy a weapon. they posted video of themselves purchasing a handgun and ammunition clip at a recent gun show. men trying to make a point about tighter gun restrictions in virginia. this will probably b
. iolite you where we have an issue is -- i'll tell you where we have an issue is in the richmond area. a couple inches has come down pretty past. i saw some thunder and lightning down there and it was enough to cover the roads, so some slip and sliding there. that particular snow is headed over to the hampton roads area. next stop is going to be ft. blackmore in southwestern, west virginia. snow totals topped out at 11 inches, around blacksburg 6 1/2, roanoke with 7 inches. check out the storm on sentinel radar. it's a very impressive system. it just did not hit candlelight vigil we're watching a big -- hit d.c. we're watching a big convergence system. as this system works its way to the coast, it will begin shutting off the moisture, but if you have to travel to the south tomorrow, that's where you'll find some of that snow. most of the advisories for d.c. have been canceled. they're still in effect for st. mary's and calvert counties, but i think you'll only get a trace down there. the winter storm warning is where we'll see the heavier totals and that amount will likely come in pro
a joyous wonderful occasion. the outer richmond residents feel like we are part of this [speaker not understood] world class city which we live in which we often feel neglected out there, i'll be honest. and it's also in the depths, in the dreary darkness of august, let's be honest, when many of us are fleeing towards the sun. there is a reason to stay. it is a reason to enjoy our beautiful park and to see some great music and enjoy some local food and experience it together [speaker not understood]. thank you. >> thank you for that unique perspective. i'll call a few more names. ari [speaker not understood], [speaker not understood], christopher clark, nicky bloom, and james [speaker not understood]. >>> good afternoon, my name is don. i work for the equipment rentals. we work with another planet. we're in full support of. this all i can say is wow. i think the numbers are phenomenal to keep things going on here in san francisco, keeping the culture and the history. thank you. >>> good afternoon, my name is andrew johnson. i own the little chihuahua restaurant here in san franci
million enough? it's a record fine. cal osha says chevron should pay $1 million for the richmond refinery fire in october. but chevron plans to appeal. nbc bay area's terry mcsweeney is in richmond this evening with the new details. terry? >> reporter: yeah, good evening. according to cal osha, there wasn't anything more they could do. this is the largest fine they have ever proposed. it's also the largest they could possibly do under the circumstances, all because of what happened at this refinery in richmond on august 6th. according to cal osha report, a series of violation that set the stage for what could have been injury and death. the smoke was everywhere that august day when the fire broke out at the chevron richmond refinery. in nearby neighborhoods people were running, coughing, locking themselves up inside, many in fear. mike bracy tells me he was cared that day, and a million dollar fine seems low. >> they ought to be fined. and i think -- i don't think they're being fined enough. >> reporter: almost all of the 25 violations cited by cal osha were 100% preventible. >> chevron h
, including two counts of murder for former d.c. police officer richmond williams. reporting live in upper marlboro, jackie bensen, news4. >>> thank you, jackie, a virginia woman was shot and killed after scherr opened her front door. police tell us someone knocked on the woman's door early this morning. she left in the 17600 block of washington street. she argued with the visitors who report dpli fired several shots and ran off. >>> in about an hour, the newly remodeled colorado movie theater site will open for the first time. there will be a private remembrance and movie for the victims' families, first responders and hospital workers. some relatives of those killed are staying away, call tonight's events insensitive. james home also is accused of will enter a plea in march. >>> the fate of hostages in algeria remains unclear. it is reported that forces have completed their operations, but the report does not disclose how many hostages survived or how many of the militants were killed. secretary of state hillary clinton called the situation fluid today. said the u.s. is hoping the situat
in the washington area. take a look at this snowy mess in richmond, virginia. they're waking up to almost 5 inches of snow there. thousands of people lost power. appalachian power out in the western part of virginia reporting more than 70,000 customers without power. dominion reports about 2500 customers in the dark. meteorologist tom kierein is here. tom, what can we expect now that the snow missed us? >> it tracked 50 miles south and drew in drier air. the snow fell across central, southern virginia and around ocean city. it's ended there now. we're getting a few scattered flurries north and west of washington. right now in northern prince george's, southeastern howard county getting a few flurries as it carroll and frederick and parts of washington county. they're tending to dry out. these are the snow totals from last evening and yesterday afternoon. a dusting to an inch to near charlottesville. the amounts ramped up farther south and east. 2 to 6 inches there. the heaviest amounts were southwest of virginia into western north carolina. 8 to 14 inches of heavy wet snow there. right now, temper
'll be in richmond, virginia doing that. delia goncalves is live in front of the capitol with more on what to expect out of the road tour. >> reporter: absolutely. but yesterday wasn't easy either. he fielded some really tough questions online yesterday. and certainly today he will have to defend his proposals in richmond when he visits there. the vice president says gun control measures simply are not the entire solution to gun violence in our country. but he says if et stays just -- it seays just one -- saves just worth it. of a mass shooting. lily was shot three times in the virginia tech massacre. >> i have a bullet still in my head. i was shot in the jaw. it's one inch -- it's one millimeter away from my brain stem. >> they fall into the hands one way or another of grievance killers, of gangs, of those who are mentally unstable or ill. >> the number of police who came to newtown said to me, we could not have stopped that shooter even with the body armor we were wearing with that kind of assault weapon. >> it's not about keeping bad guns out of the hands of good people. it's about keeping all g
series trophy, just head to richmond today. beginning at 3:00 p.m. the 2012 and 2010 trophies will be on display at the richmond memorial auditorium. it's all parts of giants three month trophy tour. the event is free but fans are encouraged to make a $2 donation to the richmond little league and giants program. >>> today on channel 2 news at 5:00 the clock is ticking. it could be the final hours for those at pete's harbor on the peninsula. what we have learned about the eviction notices being handed out and grass roots effort being mounded to fight off a development. thank you so much for trusting ktvu channel 2 news at noon. we'll see you next time during news breaks and then be sure to join us again at 5:00. starting at $8.99 for lunch. sizzler. where fresh is fun.
was seeing lindsay at home in richmond, virginia, and the things that at that point she had learned to do without her hands, like this. and this. and guess what. yes. this. >> the most common questions i get are how do you type and how do you text so fast? it's just like chicken pecking. >> reporter: the truth was, though, that overnight she had become profoundly disabled. you don't have your hands now. >> or my feet. >> reporter: or your feet. what are the challenges? >> the challenges are independence and lack of control. >> reporter: remember, she had lost her feet also, and getting her prosthetic legs on always required help from her mom judith, who basically had moved back into her daughter's life, back to the kind of care that would have been their connection 20 years earlier. >> how much do you want them cuffed up? >> reporter: lindsay had discovered a lot of things about herself that she did better emotionally by not focusing on the life that is gone, that she hates needing help. >> i can't wait to brush my own hair. >> i'm an independent person. but then again, i'm also grateful
's day walk and it turned tragic. take a look at a picture, 59-year-old charles quaid 6 richmond. he and his wife had come down here. take a look at video from yesterday's search for quaid. he and his wife and the dog were here. sneaker wave dragged her out. he rescued her, but the dog then got dragged out. he went and rescued the dog and he got dragged out and he never came back. the dog and his wife are okay. they say they were out here yesterday and they know it was bad. take a listen. >> the tide was coming in so we didn't stick around too long down there. definitely be more cautious about getting too close to the waves. >> reporter: some tips how to avoid sneaker waves u don't know they are coming. here is what you don't want to do. never turn your back on the surf especially right here at point reyes beach. waves are always wild. the warning signs out here. don't go into the surf. best to avoid it and don't turn your back on it and avoid slippery rocks and logs and debris. the husband of the woman we interviewed says he was out on a rock yesterday. he was absolutely dry, well a
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